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Is this a good cpu??? I heard the mobiles run cooler and oc well...picked it up on e-bay and deciding if I wanna get a good board for it...
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I've had a 2600 XP-M for a while. Hardly "decent" by todays standards but my system runs pretty well. I can still play any game I've tried (doom3, source, bf2). Ran at 2.65GHz highest I got it on watercooling.

Definantely not as good as your current set up though.
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I have several mobiles, great overclockers, they make good folding rigs.
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yeh, the sandy is being replaced with an e6600 rig but I haven't gotten into this folding thing ...what's yup with that??? some kinda research thing I gather.
I always have 5-8 rigs around...so maybe I should....
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Folding is medical reserach.
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oic....numbers crunching... huh...well maybe I'll look into it..ya gotta run a rig 24/7??? kinda off topic on the mobile but maybe I'll use it for that...Can ya get a ""TAX"" credit for folding??
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The 2800 mobiles aren't any better than an XP series due to the vcore is 1.65 stock, same as an XP. The 2600 and down mobiles are 1.45 vcore stock. Those are the ones you want. 2600, 2500, 2400 are about the best.
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oic ...then heat issues...hmmmm..could get my dog to water cool it, he's a good licker...prolly just oc it where i can and drop it in a "for sale" paper ad...where's the info on this folding stuff??

~~edit I found it
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You want a 2500/2600 1.45v.......2800 (1.65v) is just a desktop chip.
You'll need a decent (NF7-s) board too.
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If you are going the route of the XP-M chips, be sure to get a quality board for it. The Abit NF7-S ver 2 board is perhaps the best OCing socket A board. If you get a board that doesn't allow for adjusting the multi, you'll end up with a default of 6x and it'll actually become a slower computer. Be sure to get decent cooling on the chip too. They can take quite a bit of voltage, but will also get pretty hot. As others have said the XP-M 2800 series and above use the standard 1.65 voltage, so they don't OC as well. The 2400, 2500, and 2600 series are the better OCers, but you have to also make sure that you're getting the right ones because those also came in standard voltage models as well.

Here is a list from wikipedia on which models take what voltage. Pay attention to the serial number as the first four letters will let you know what voltage it takes and the next four numbers designate which speed it is:
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Athlon XP-M "Barton" (Mainstream, 45W TDP, Socket A)

* All models support: MMX, SSE, Enhanced 3DNow!

Model Number Frequency L2 Cache FSB 1 Multiplier Voltage Release Date Part Number
Athlon XP-M 2200+ 1667 MHz 512 KiB 266 MT/s 12.5x 1.45 AXMH2200FQQ4C
Athlon XP-M 2400+ 1800 MHz 512 KiB 266 MT/s 13.5x 1.45 AXMH2400FQQ4C
Athlon XP-M 2500+ 1867 MHz 512 KiB 266 MT/s 14x 1.45 AXMH2500FQQ4C
Athlon XP-M 2600+ 2000 MHz 512 KiB 266 MT/s 15.0x 1.45 AXMG2600FQQ4C
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Athlon XP-M "Barton" (Desktop Replacement, 72W TDP, Socket A)

* All models support: MMX, SSE, Enhanced 3DNow!

Model Number Frequency L2 Cache FSB 1 Multiplier Voltage Release Date Part Number
Athlon XP-M 2400+ 1800 MHz 512 KiB 266 MT/s 13.5x 1.60 AXMA2400FUT4C
Athlon XP-M 2500+ 1867 MHz 512 KiB 266 MT/s 14x 1.65 2003 AXMA2500FKT4C
Athlon XP-M 2600+ 2000 MHz 512 KiB 266 MT/s 15x 1.65 AXMA2600FKT4C
Athlon XP-M 2800+ 2133 MHz 512 KiB 266 MT/s 16x 1.65 June 7, 2003 AXMA2800FKT4C
Athlon XP-M 3000+ 2200 MHz 512 KiB 266 MT/s 16.5x 1.65 2003 AXMA3000FKT4C
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Athlon XP-M "Barton" (Low Voltage, 35W TDP, Socket A)

* All models support: MMX, SSE, Enhanced 3DNow!

Model Number Frequency L2 Cache FSB 1 Multiplier Voltage Release Date Part Number
Athlon XP-M 2200+ 1667 MHz 512 KiB 266 MT/s 12.5x 1.35 July 13, 2004 AXMD2200FJQ4C
Athlon XP-M 2400+ 1800 MHz 512 KiB 266 MT/s 13.5x 1.35 AXMD2400FJQ4C
    
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